The search is on for a young woman who disappeared from a club, and an old case of Horatio's resurfaces.



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Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Jeff Marshall
Thomas Woodward
Ted Griffin
Paul Jennings
Brad Walker


Tina Saunders reports missing Sara Jennings, a Georgia classmate age 18 on the Miami first leg of a Bahamas 'ultimate student dream trip'. Sara's rental, illegally provided by Ted Griffin's travel agency, is founded abandoned, with traces of blood and a spy-camera. It shows her and Brad, the bouncer of the night club where Tina claims to have left her 'early' at 2PM, but traces later to the hotel-room of her overprotective step-dad. Someone saw her dump her purse, indicating she was was drugged with a novel power drink. Sara's corps is found, died recently. She had sex during an after-party on Jeff Marshall's yacht, with his mate Thomas Woodward. Confusing forensics pile up, but are hard to process. Written by KGF Vissers

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3 October 2005 (USA)  »

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IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler: Horatio, you and I need to have a conversation.
Horatio Caine: Now is not a good time, Rick.
IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler: Jennifer Wilson. Does the name ring a bell?
Horatio Caine: That's none of your business.
IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler: Well, see, you made it my business when you sent a patrol officer to sit on her house. You got no right authorizing overtime for a case that originated out of our jurisdiction.
Horatio Caine: Miss Wilson is a citizen of Miami and may be in grave danger.
IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler: Yes, I know. I've familiarized myself with the case.
Horatio Caine: Well, then you know the story of a nine year old girl ...
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A Typical CSI: Miami Scenario
12 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another of these shows involving either late teens or 20-somethings getting drunk at some nightclub and tragedy ensuing. As somebody a bit older, these shows get a little tiring. The Miami CSI shows seems to have a lot of more of these themes than the Las Vegas or New York shows. Mostly these are young idiots are extremely immature or think they can do anything and not pay the price....but they do, big-time.

Anywhere, here we are with another young female who not only has way too much to drink but then is in the back seat of some limo ready to have sex when a "stalker" interrupts things. Supposedly, he drags her out of the car and that's the last anyone saw of the guy. Since there was a hidden video camera inside the car, the police know about the guy so Horatio and the gang has to locate him to begin the investigation. As with almost all CSI shows, what looks apparent is not what really happened.

In this story, it all boils down to two young guys, one of whom killed the girl (which is why there are spoilers on this review.) The guess is which one? I figured it out who it must not have been hard to guess.

Okay, but not one of the better episodes.

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